Writers Who Care

Words that make a difference . . .


Writers Who Care

Words that make a difference . . .

Terri Green
Secretary and Co-founder

Terri is a wife, mother, grandmother, interior designer and businesswoman advocating the needs of the elderly through ministry and business endeavors. She pours herself into the pursuit of excellence creating a world of beauty.

Terri Green spent most of her life as a homemaker while serving in various leadership capacities in ministries through her home church. She developed and wrote curriculums, themes and lessons for diverse age groups. Many ministries involved the elderly sparking a love for them which ignited a quest to help meet their needs as they continued to age.

For several years, serving as Executive VP/Interior Design Consultant for PBH CONTRUCTION and GREENLAND HOMES, Terri successfully completed new home construction and renovation projects for multi-family homes, churches, and commercial spaces employing the philosophy of always leaving behind a cost effective legacy of beauty and excellence.

Doors opened to renovate a private residence with the vision of creating a care home where seniors can, with love and dignity, age in place. PBH RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES was born and their first move-in was her mother-in-law. 

For twelve years, Terri served as Co-Owner / Chief Operating Officer for PBH RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES managing three licensed assisted living private care homes. Terri not only carried out her COO responsibilities but created the warm and caring environment for which her residential care homes are known. Now, her mother, diagnosed with dementia, has joined other seniors living in one of her care homes. This endeavor represents a culmination of things learned as God prepared her to meet the significant challenges of developing a much needed answer for aging seniors.

God has blessed her. Honored through publication in a national magazine, their homes reflect a realized dream successfully helping hundreds of seniors in need. PBH receives stellar testimonials expressing love and appreciation for top of the line healthcare including the “Best in Senior Living 2021”award presented by a national placement agency.

In 2020, Terri collaborated with three other friends to author the book, "Hell No! I Don't Remember, I Have Alzheimer's highlighting her experiences as a residential care home owner. She also shares heart stirring stories not only of her mother's journey with dementia, but others as they navigate the difficult twists and turns of Alzheimer's. She is also a recipient of a Writer’s Digest award for one of her chapters, now titled “I Don’t Want to Save Electricity”.

Terri’s most recent publications include the popular “Recipes Seniors Love to Eat;” a cookbook sharing favorite recipes of her seniors over the past 12 years and, “Finding the Right Place." This pocketbook is a tutorial illustrated with real stories meant to educate families about the many options available while giving tips to navigate options for senior care.

Terri attended Texas A & M University in Commerce, Texas and Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, Texas where her major was psychology. Her greatest joys in life are her faith, family, friends and elderly people in general.

wherever she goes.

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